Listen to Deb Never’s lo-fi new single ‘Someone Else’

The musician recently moved from LA to London

Deb Never has shared a new song called ‘Someone Else’ – check out its official video below.

The Seattle artist released ‘Intermission’ – a collection of songs written and recorded during quarantine – in May 2020, following up on her debut EP ‘House On Wheels’ (2019).

Having spent months in coronavirus-enforced isolation in LA last year, Deb Never recently relocated to London to move in with her longtime collaborator Michael Percy.

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‘Someone Else’, produced by Jam City and Percy, serves as the first material from Deb since she moved to England.

The sparkle in your eyes/ Look like all the stars/ Do we see the same moon when you look up?/ I can rob you of your time/ But still can’t break in your complicated mind/ Oh my, oh my“, Deb Never sings over a lo-fi instrumental.

The song arrives with a vintage-looking official video, which was filmed at London’s Hampstead Heath by Elif Gönen.

In a four-star review of last year’s ‘Intermission’ project, NME wrote: “Never proves she could quite easily forge a standalone path as a vulnerable grunge/emo star like so many have in recent years – but with such a vast palette of sonic influences and collaborators at her disposal, it doesn’t feel like she has any intentions to rest on just those talents.”

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